FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
1/13/2015 12:00:00 AM
1/13/2015 9:04:08 AM
Gritman honors Adam Bosse, RN, with Daisy Award for dedication to work
Adam Bosse, an RN in Gritman’s Critical Care Unit, has received Gritman’s DAISY Award for providing exceptional care to patients.
“Adam has an amazing ability to apply the highest level of technical skill and medical knowledge, all the while showing the compassion and care that each of us strives for,” said Peter Vaughan, RN, Bosse’s supervisor. “We are very proud to work with Adam and have him on our team at Gritman.”
Family members of patients said Bosse “had a wonderful bedside manner with my father … allowed him to have his dignity during the last hours of his life … showed extreme compassion and care … as close to an at-home experience that is possible in a hospital setting … a shining example of what a caring nurse looks and acts like.”
Ben Stellmon, RN, and Danielle Engle, RN, were also presented with DAISY awards at Gritman in 2014.
The DAISY Award, established in 1999, recognizes nurses who provide exceptional care. While decisions on awarding a DAISY are made at local hospitals, the national organization (www.daisyfoundation.org) also provides recognition, awards and materials. To date, nearly 1,800 facilities in all 50 states participate in the DAISY Awards, which recognize exceptional nursing.